Scientology Crime Syndicate


11. Flo Barnett's suicide was a scandal within the inner circles of Scientology. This was not due to the fact that she supposedly committed suicide, but due to the f act that she had become a member of a declared. enemy group, David Mayo's Advanced Ability Center. She was receiving auditing and assistance from this group and at the time of her death, possessed a pack of the NED for OTS (secret upper level auditing procedures) which were believed to have come from David Mayo's group. Flo Barnett's membership in this group made her a suppressive person as she was actively "squirreling" and a member of a suppressive group. The fact that David Miscavige was linked to her by familial ties was extremely repugnant to him and to his wife, Michelle Miscavige. David Miscavige's comment upon her death was that "the bitch got what she deserved." His wife Shelly, did not appear to feel any different about it than David. I asked Shelly if she was doing alright since receiving this bad news. She said that personally she was doing just fine and that this was an excellent opportunity to find out where the NED for OTs materials had come from and to use it as leverage against Mayo. She also stated that it was not surprising that this happened to her mother since she had been "squirelling". The circumstances of the deaths of both Flo Barnett and Yvonne Jentzsch are very relevant to the issues in this case, as I understand them to be.


12. Hendrick Moxon, currently an attorney for Scientology in this very case, and a member of the Sea Organization, was a prominent participant in the criminal activities of the Guardian's Office. Prior to becoming an attorney at Scientology's expense, he was a Guardian's Office staff member in Washington, D.C. Moxon was involved in the Scientology conspiracy to infiltrate the U.S. government. This conspiracy was uncovered by the F.B.I. in 1977. Scientology then stipulated to their crimes which included Moxon's involvement in those crimes. Nine senior Scientologists, including Hubbards, wife, went to jail as a result of these criminal activities conducted by, and on behalf of, the Church of Scientology. I became familiar with certain documents, which are attached hereto, while being in charge of the 1981/82 040 mission to take over the USGO. Moxon was involved in the criminal activity, attempted cover-ups and obstruction of justice. The US government subsequently prosecuted 11 top officials of Scientology and named Moxon as an unindicted co-conspirator. (See Exhibit C, pages 212-214). This is but one small example to illustrate that Miscavige has not and will never offload the criminal element from Scientology's ranks. Miscavige is well aware of Moxon's status and maintains him as a high level legal staff in the Sea Organization.


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